Crafting tomorrow’s Luxury
“Luxury and sustainability are one and the same.” Reflecting this deeply held conviction of François-Henri Pinault, sustainability is at the heart of Kering’s strategy as much as its creative and modern vision of Luxury. By the same token, it is an ethical necessity and a driver of innovation and value creation for the Group, its Houses, and its stakeholders.
In Conversation with... Hikari Mori
Through its In Conversation with series, Kering invites experts and prominent figures to discuss the topics of luxury, fashion and sustainability. In this third episode, Marie-Claire Daveu, Chief Sustainability and Institutional Affairs Officer, speaks with Hikari Mori, a fashion model active in Japan and abroad.
Kering is debuting a podcast dedicated to sustainability, in collaboration with Marie Claire magazine. Hosted by the journalist Laurianne Melierre, the podcast takes us behind the scenes of sustainability, spotlighting issues such as biodiversity protection, raw materials, new materials, eco-design and circularity. Happy listening!
Access Kering's standards & guidance for sustainable production.
Launched at the G7 Summit in 2019, in Biarritz, the Fashion Pact is a global coalition of companies in the fashion and textile industry including suppliers and distributors, all committed to a common core of major environmental goals aimed at reducing their industry’s environmental impact. To preserve our planet, all the Pact’s companies are committed to three key areas: stopping global warming, restoring biodiversity and protecting the oceans. By definition, the Fashion Pact is about collective effort. It is open to all companies that wish to contribute to radically transforming the industry’s practices and meet the environmental challenges of our day. For more information, go to our dedicated website.